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Latest news: Clean energy

Debate over Albanese’s public sector investment in clean energy

Mr Albanese’s government has announced a new plan to have the public sector as ‘a participant, a partner, an investor and enabler’ in selecting areas for support, with the focus on ‘clean energy’ and new industries.

Renewable energy grants show ACT’s innovation

This year's REIF round: new processes for producing hydrogen, less wasteful solar panels, and more efficient community batteries.

Call for Australia to focus on green metals to win clean race

Australia may not be able to compete with clean energy tax breaks in the United States but it can export the green metals that trading partners will need.

ANU researcher educates children young and old

ANU researcher Dr Bjorn Sturmberg has written a new children's book, Amy's Balancing Act, to educate readers about renewable energy.

Budget a missed opportunity for climate action, says Andrew Barr

ACT Chief Minister Andrew Barr has called the Federal Budget a missed opportunity for climate action, despite investment in low emissions technology..

Glasgow futile without big emitters

Regardless of whatever position the PM decides to take on zero emissions, the Glasgow summit is shaping up as a farce, argues former ACT Opposition Leader, Bill Stefaniak.

Call for crackdown before new solar rules

The Clean Energy Council has called for a regulatory crackdown on Australia's poles and wires companies before the introduction of new solar rules for households.